A group of diverse people show just how much black fashion has changed over time.

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  1. Why am I crying?! I'm not black, but I'm in awe of how y'all have gone through so much for centuries, some new hardship at every turn, and refused to give up, turning to your communities to create art and fashion to express yourselves, DAMN what the mainstream thinks. Black people are not to be pitied, but to be listened to, to be truly HEARD, to inspire, and to be praised for their incredible resilience and strength. I hope that this doesn't come off as condescending, but I don't know how else to say it: I'm so, so, so proud of all of you. You are inspirational to every person, regardless of age, race, gender, or nationality. Much applause from some white woman in Washington. 😂👏👏👏

  2. It started off good, but Black lives matter is not "fashion" and they're not the relevant in our community and wearing a hood was never a fashion trend in the Black American community. I can tell some of the people in this video is not even Black American.